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Keeping windows maximized "full-time"..

By outrageous1 ·
I would like to know if there is a way to force all windows, including internet explorer windows, to run maximized all of the time.

To explain this a little further, with internet explorer ... Right clicking on the IE icon and choosing properties, i select for the program to run "maximized" (i've done this for all IE icons i can find)... however, they seem to never do this. Every time i click a link or open IE from another program (a link from an email), the windows are no longer in maximized mode, but the properties all say that they are running in this manner.

Is there a Registry change or anything that can force all windows, including IE windows to stay maximized all of the time?

Thanks in advance.

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by Oz_Media In reply to Keeping windows maximized ...

Drag the window full size, IE remembers the size last used when it was closed and reopens in the resized Window.

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by outrageous1 In reply to Keeping windows maximized ...

Sorry, I neglected to include that this >> "Drag the window full size, IE remembers" << did not work either.

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by DouglasB In reply to Keeping windows maximized ...

Try this. Maximize the windows manually, then hold down the CTRL key and mouse click the X in the upper right corner of the window to close it. This works for me.

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by kitikat7 In reply to Keeping windows maximized ...

right click on the quick launch in the taskbar, in the properties you will find
RUN: select maximized, and then apply.

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